Roman Mars of 99% Invisible and writer Daniel Alarcón, the host and executive producer of Radio Ambulante, tell the story of a poet who changes Santiago, Chile, with building poems.
Roman Mars explores the idea of an innovative monument to free speech
Annie Leibovitz tells Phoebe Judge about the project that saved her. She's calling it Pilgrimage.
Master bow maker and MacArthur "Genius," Benoit Rolland, followed by a literary actuary.
Producer Katie Davis then tells the story of a lowly speed hump on her childhood street in Washington D.C.
Dick speaks with longtime civil rights and voter registration activist Alice Tregay of Chicago, about the on-the-ground work that it takes to register and get people to the polls.
Quentin Rowan's spy novel, Assassin of Secrets, debuted to critical acclaim last November. Soon after, Google-savvy readers began to realize that Rowan had stolen nearly every word from other spy novels.
A master baker tells his story of selling slices of carrot cake at beauty salons, and then opening his own a bakery.
Charles Hill has a list of paintings he loves - some have been stolen, some he has recovered.
Photographer Nina Berman reads from a collection of essays about times when photographers have chosen not to capture a picture.
Dick speaks with Matt Sheehy, a Portland songwriter, about how his work as a forester appears in his music.
WBEZ and the Center for Public Integrity investigate the case of Carlos Centeno, a worker who was burned by water and chemicals at a factory.
Guest host Sean Cole speaks with novelist T. Geronimo Johnson about his sprawling debut "Hold It ’Til It Hurts."
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